TransCanada replacing parts of Keystone pipeline; Bold Nebraska cautions landowners
STANTON -- Russ and Marla Gubbels went home Tuesday night with a couple jars and a sense of unease about the 30-inch pipeline that transports Canadian tar sand oil across their farm northeast of Randolph.
The jars were given to them by the advocacy group Bold Nebraska for gathering samples of soil and water from their land to be tested by an independent lab in Omaha.
The sense of unease was given stems from what they see as a lack of oversight and lack of information as TransCanada Corp. digs up and replaces sections of its Keystone pipeline.
"I'd kind of be an idiot not to be concerned," said Russ Gubbels, who was one of about 25 people who attended a meeting organized by Bold Nebraska and held at the Red Road Herbs Retreat & Learning Center near Stanton.
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